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    22.11.18: HeritageSubscription

    Digital Edition22 November, 2018

    The latest AJ features three cultural projects within existing buildings: Haworth Tompkins’ restoration of Battersea Arts Centre; the V&A Photography Centre by David Kohn Architects; and DRDH’s Site Gallery in Sheffield. PLUS In conversation with Amin Taha; how practices are facing higher insurance premiums post-Grenfell fire; reaction to Roger Scruton’s appointment as ‘housing ...

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    Archigram’s radical designs are part of our architectural heritageSubscription

    Opinion22 November, 2018

    A newly published compendium of the avant-garde group is a pertinent reminder of the importance of trailblazing radical design, writes Paul Finch

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    Beauty brigade fiddles while London housing goes into meltdownSubscription

    Opinion30 January, 2019

    The latest document from the Scrutonistas repeats the fantasy that if we built Classical homes they would be granted speedy planning permissions, writes Paul Finch

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    Exclusive: Archigram sells archive to Hong Kong museum Subscription

    News25 January, 2019

    A collection of some of post-war Britain’s most significant architectural work is to leave the country after the surviving members of Archigram were given the go-ahead to sell their archive to a Hong Kong museum for £1.8 million

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    Their artistry casts a new light on architectureSubscription

    Opinion29 January, 2019

    In what seems like an endless, dark, Brexit-jammed January, it is good to be reminded that architecture is a critical part of wider culture, writes Emily Booth